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|Creator:||Gilmer, Joe J.|
|Creator:||Georgia Regional Council|
|Title:||Printed matter: "It Seems Queer: A Southern Veteran Speaks," undated|
This undated card comments on the paradox that the society considers race as a factor in educational and political opportunity in peacetime, but not when recruiting soldiers for wartime. Two veterans from the South support the rights of African Americans in light of their commitment and dedication as soldiers.
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|Subjects:||African Americans--Civil rights--Southern States | Civil rights--Southern States | African Americans--Segregation--Southern States | Segregation--Southern States | United States--Armed forces--African American troops | Race discrimination--Southern States | Southern States--Race relations | Race relations | Georgia Regional Council | Social reformers--United States | Veterans--Southern States | Soldiers--United States--Attitudes | United States | Southern States|
|Collection:||Online Manuscript Resources in Southern Women's History|
|Institution:||Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Books Library (Emory University)|
|Contributors:||Emory University. Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library | Online Manuscript Resources in Southern Womens' History Collection (Emory University. Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library)|
|Online Publisher:||[Atlanta, Ga.] : Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University | 2006|
Mary Cornelia Barker papers, Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University
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Online Manuscript Resources in Southern Womens' History
|Persistent Link to Item:||http://larson.library.emory.edu/marbl/DigProjects/swh/images/Barker%20528/0528-070.htm|
|Persistent Link to Item:||http://larson.library.emory.edu/marbl/DigProjects/swh/images/Barker%20528/0528-070.pdf|